Menna House is a two storey former farmhouse situated in a quiet rural location near the village of Grampound Road which lies between the ancient mining town of St Austell and Truro. The village has a small shop, pub and post office as well as a large recreation area. There is a good bus service to the nearby towns which offer a range of high street shops, restaurants, pubs, leisure and entertainment venues, as well as colleges and other educational facilities.
Menna provides accommodation for up to five individuals. The main part of the house can accommodate four adults and consists of five spacious bedrooms all with en-suite facilities (the fifth bedroom is for staff use). Downstairs, there is a dining room, kitchen, a large main lounge and a second smaller lounge.
Connecting with the main part of the house, there is a self-contained single-person apartment with its own spacious lounge and dining facilities downstairs, and a light and airy bedroom upstairs with en-suite facilities. The lounge has double doors that lead out to a private patio.
Outside, at the side of the house is a patio with steps leading to a large lawned garden.
The staff team has an on-going training programme which is designed to meet the needs of the service users within Spectrum. Training is monitored and routinely refreshed to ensure that all team members are working to the same consistently high standards and that each service user is safe, healthy and happy. All team members work to person-centred planning principles to ensure that the service users’ own aspirations and needs are understood and fulfilled.